Learning a new language can be challenging, especially when it comes to understanding the intricacies of grammar and vocabulary. Luckily, there are tools available to help make the process easier and more enjoyable. Enter the personal in Spanish worksheet. Designed specifically for beginners and intermediate learners, this worksheet focuses on teaching the concept of personal pronouns and verb conjugation, allowing you to better communicate and express yourself in Spanish.
Taco Tuesday is one of my FAVORITE games to play each year! This competitive activity is designed with middle and high school Spanish students in mind, but I have seen it played at lower levels as well! This tutorial post will talk you through game prep, gameplay, and various differentiation ideas to try with all of your language learners. Editable templates are available, as well as pre-made game sets. Digital options are ready now too! Click through to learn more!
I don't know about you, but I sometimes struggle to do enough meaningful speaking activities with my students in Spanish class. It can be really hard when they don't feel like speaking Spanish, especially in levels one and two. In my time as a Spanish teacher, I've found a few activities that are easy to use and the students enjoy and get excited for. Keep reading to find out my three favorite activities and one can't-miss tip that will change how your students speak in class!
Are you struggling to teach Spanish writing to your students? If your Spanish students are writing short, choppy first-grade level sentences, try using Spanish writing templates to dramatically improve and formalize their writing. If this is happening in your class, you're not alone. Many students struggle to write in English so when you ask them